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My understanding based upon a friend's experience is that if you have ever been married before, whether it was a Catholic ceremony or not, then you must have an annulment before you can be married in the Catholic Church. I have a friend who was raised Catholic but who was not allowed to marry in the Catholic Church because her husband had been married before (non-Catholic ceremony). So, they got married in the Episcopalian church instead. So, if Chloe really wants to get married in a Catholic ceremony, then she needs to get two annulments from the church.
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